Below is a list of the various self-funding networks that help profile various areas of interest in the Anglican world at large
The Anglican Communion Church Planting Network – or Plant Anglican for short – is a global network of men and women within, or associated with the Anglican Communion, who are united in their passion to see new churches planted in every global community to reach new people with the good news of Jesus Christ. The primary aim of Plant Anglican is to be a resource that encourages fellow church planters to be as effective as possible at planting churches in their own contexts. Members of Plant Anglican share a call from God to learn from each other and inspire one another to see God’s Kingdom expand to previously unreached areas, and flourish where His Church is already at work.Visit the Plant Anglican website
On World Health Day, 7th April 2021, the Anglican Health and Community Network (AHCN) was launched, following the formal approval of its formation by the Anglican Consultative Council’s Standing Committee.
This network supports Anglicans working across the world in health care, whether in clinical settings or in the community.
The AHCN network includes ‘and community’ in the title, in recognition of the fact that Anglican mission in health takes place in communities as well as in hospitals and clinics and that it is a complex social, community and health system, which underpins health in many different ways.Visit the AHCN webpage
The IALC brings together Anglican liturgists from around the Communion. It is a focus for provinces to share liturgical revisions and other work they are doing in the area of worship.
The Anglican Indigenous Network (AIN) connects Indigenous minority peoples living in our own lands. We are committed to the Anglican tradition while affirming our traditional spirituality. We have discovered that we have many things in common: a common spirituality, common concerns, common gifts, common hopes. We believe that the full partnership of Indigenous peoples is essential to God’s mission in the world. We therefore work together, exercise leadership, and contribute our vision and gifts to transform the life of the Church and the broader community.Read More
Members of the Anglican Peace and Justice Network (APJN) share a passion for peace-building, reconciliation and seeking Christ-centred justice for all people. Anyone can join. Our members are ordinary Anglicans all over the world who pray for God’s kingdom to come, and his will be done, on earth as in heaven.Read More
The Colleges and Universities of the Anglican Communion (CUAC) is a world wide association of over 120 institutions of higher education that were founded by and retain ties to a branch of the Anglican Communion. Along with its predecessor, Association of Episcopal Colleges (AEC) that consists mostly of the Episcopal colleges in the US, CUAC is committed to promoting cross-cultural contacts and educational programsRead More
In 1998 the bishops gathered at Lambeth expressed their concern that efforts to address such issues be given greater visibility and be better coordinated across the Anglican Communion. The Network is an attempt to do just that. After some initial work following ACC-11 in Dundee (1999), the Network received recognition as an official network of the Anglican Communion at ACC-12 in Hong Kong (2002)Read More
The International Anglican Family Network (IAFN) is one of the Networks of the worldwide Anglican Communion. It is a forum for the exchange of information about the challenges facing families in different countries and cultures and the practical work being undertaken by churches and individual Christians.Read More
The International Anglican Women's Network (IAWN) provides a platform where women's issues can be raised and stories shared. The Network seeks to be a prophetic, challenging voice for gender justice so that all women may grow to fulfil their potential and respond to God’s calling.Read More